How do you find out who owns the home at any particular address?
Your county Tax Assessor's office should have this information. It is all a public record. The same information should also exist in the County Real Estate record files.
you can go on your states real estate commision's website and see who owns what home by putting in their address but im not sure you can look it up by there last name.
Ask them. there isn't a registry for this. Either that or look up their address and see if it is within a mobile home park.
The easiest way to find out who owns a house is to do an online search for your county's tax assesor. Most counties have an online database that will allow you to search by entering your address. The results will show you who owns the home that you are renting.
Find out what county the property is in and look up land records/property records for that county via a GOOGLE search.
You call the nursing home and ask what the owners name is..
Nick Markakis is a professional baseball player. Nick owns homes in Monkton, Maryland and Waynesville, NC. He does not give out his exact home address to the public.
The church that is associated with that particular convent or monastery owns it.
Any operator service will tell you which company owns a particular number. They may not tell you who the customer is though - if they're ex-directory (un-listed)
The Consumer Advisory Council website includes instructions for finding who owns a business in all 50 states. The web page address is... http://www.ConsumerAdvisoryCouncil.org/business_owners.php
There is not a way to find out who has a mobile home by using sticker ID number. The is a private issue.
Visit the local land records office and check the name of the owner, or the address, in the index. You should find the foreclosure deed.
Selena's Dad owns her home.
188.8.131.52 you can find this by using our command line. go to start->run->type in cmd-> then type tracert www.myspace.com the IP will show. you can do this for any site. info from: http://www.she-geeks.com/ I would use that to find an IP address, since myspace owns alot of them use whois to find them all. A good one is http://ws.arin.net/whois then type in the IP address you want to know who owns it. With myspace you… Read More
There is an online website called SFGate where one can find a home guide to declaring a California homestead on a home one owns. To declare a California Homestead ones home must be their primary residence.
There are two places that real property owners are listed. First, you can visit the town tax assessor's office and look up the address of the property in those records. The owner's name should be listed. Tax assessor records are the easiest way to check to see who owns a particular parcel of real estate. You can also check the local land records office. It may be a little more complicated but the clerk will… Read More
he doesn't have an address, he just owns a hut on the hogwarts grounds.
It's very simple, Go to the person,. ask his/her name and say to him/her, that I had seen a house on your name at some location,., then automatically that person will say,., whether he/she owns a house or not,.,.
Fort Knox Music Inc and Trio Music Company. The legal title is "Please Come Home for Christmas." Note that particular recordings will have additional rightsholders.
When a promissory note is used when financing a home with a national bank who owns the note the borrower or the lender?
The borrower "gives" the note to the lender... so the lender owns the note which, by definition, simply means the promise to pay a sum certain within a particular time. Therefore, the lender can sell the note!
Nobody in particular owns OpenOffice.org since it's open-source, thus owned by everybody in the whole world.
She owns a farm in Nashville,TN where she grew up but her main home is Woodbridge St, Toluca Lake in L.A. If you go one to google earth and type Miley Cyrus in you can find her home and there is these cameras on the street and you can zoom right in on her driveway and everything its really interesting. It also has the full address of her house but i can't give it out… Read More
An owner occupied home is a home that is lived in by the person who owns it, rather than by someone who is renting from the person who owns it.
no one really owns the stock exchanges, but usually the countries government where the particular stock exchange exist will regulate it.
You can look it up in county records, usually parcel site or county property tax site.
Cotton On Group owns it. Same head office address in Geelong. Same phone number.
In Canada you would go to the regional Home Assessment Office, a dept of the provincial Govt. -They decide on what homes are taxed at, so they basically know everything about evrey home, including mobile
You should visit the local tax assessor's office and try to locate the parcel on a tax map. The parcel number will lead you to the owner's name.
One can find the current status and information regarding ones home loan by contacting their lender or loan servicer by telephone on their mortgage statement. Determining who owns the mortgage is crucial in obtaining information.
The property inside the home is taken away by the person who now owns it. The person who owns the home could offer to purchase the property (which saves a lot of moving and buying replacements) or should arrange a time for it to be collected.
If you want a picture of a gun with a particular serial number, you will have to find out who owns it and take a picture of it. If you just want a generic picture of the model, search the online firearms auction sites.
Andrew Lincoln owns a home in the United Kingdom, in London. He also owns a home in the United States in California or Atlanta.
Your ISP but u have the rights to the account
You are trying to receive child support but you have no Ln or SSN just name age number and address of the business he owns can you still receive it?
The State child support agency should be able to find him with that information.
Many counties in the 49 states (+ parishes in LA) have it of public record who owns the property. If you have an address, you can typically look it up on the website of the appraisal district of that county.
In most places the name of the person or company will be on the Tax assessment rolls. In Canada, the Assessment Office, in the US whichever office gives a value figure for land taxation.
Who owns The Red Lion in Lindfield, West Sussex
If one owns the 1st home as the primary home and owns a 2nd home for family to live in - can the 2nd home still be considered as a primary residency home and not an investment property?
simple answer is no. The home can be considered as a second home if it is at least 50 miles from the primary residence. Otherwise it has to be treated as a investment.
Anyone who buys a flag owns that particular copy of the flag. Ownership in the sense of authority to control how any copy of it, or an image of it, is used belongs to the government of the Philippines
newtest3 How do I receive an answer to my question of If a mobil home park owns its leasehold can the Land owner do a conversion without the mobil home park that has the leasehold???
Same way you can find out who owns any other thing you can think of, such as a tennis racket or a fishing rod - ask them about it or see them with it.
i dunno were to find one, but my frends dad was once in the service. hes plannin to sell the p90 probably hell maybe sell some others too i need to find his address he lives three bloks of my house If you know who owns it, look him up in the phone book.
Home Depot is a company located in Georgia, USA
I want to find out who owns the vehicle license Honda 289 UXU Nevada
The Catalog-in-Publication information on the reverse of the page before the title page should list the publisher. If you don't have a copy of the book available, you can check the catalog of the national library of the country it was published in.
You can check the records at the tax assessor's office for the address of the property. The owner's name should be listed. After you have found the name of the owner in the assessor's records you can check the owner's name in the land records office in your jurisdiction to find the current deed to the property.
If he is willing, then why not?
I think you do.